Tag Archives: Tanaya Winder

Native American Heritage Month Book Recommendations

Happy Native American Heritage Month! Every November we recognize and celebrate the people who inhabited this land for many years, long before the United States of America even existed, long before European settlers even knew this continent existed. To honor this legacy, this month, for our monthly reading recommendations, we present books by indigenous writers, […]

Tanaya Winder at the American Writers Museum on May 9

Tanaya’s Writing Tips

Tanaya Winder is an author, singer/songwriter, poet, motivational speaker and educator who comes from an intertribal lineage of Southern Ute, Pyramid Lake Paiute, Diné, and Duckwater Shoshone Nations where she is an enrolled citizen. She blends storytelling, singing, and spoken word to teach about different expressions of love (self love, intimate love, social love, community […]

Frank Waln

In Their Own Words: Frank Waln

On May 9, 2019 we welcomed Lakota hip-hop artist/producer/audio engineer Frank Waln as part of our Singers & Songwriters series along with poet/songwriter/spoken word artist Tanaya Winder, who comes from an intertribal lineage of Southern Ute, Pyramid Lake Paiute, Diné, and Duckwater Shoshone Nations where she is an enrolled citizen. The two performed their work […]

Robbie Fulks performs at the American Writers Museum

Singers & Songwriters

Combining musical performance with literary discussion, our Singers & Songwriters series takes visitors to the intersection of music, poetry, prose, lyrics, and beyond. This series started in September 2018 and has been presented in conjunction with our special exhibit Bob Dylan: Electric, which examines the literary aspects of Dylan’s songwriting and his enduring legacy on […]